• Rose Hill

    Dust Bowl Family

  • Carol Monosson Edan

    Photo of Sharecropper Bud Fields and His Family at Home. Hale County, Alabama

  • Abbi Phillips

    Walker Evans - “Bud Fields and His Family, Hale County, Alabama” Evans work focused on the Depression Era. He traveled with a writer and together they published the work, "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men," where this particular image can be found. http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/196965/Walker-Evans

  • Michele Biery

    Born Nov. 3, 1903 in St. Louis, MO, WALKER EVANS (d. April 10, 1975, New Haven, CT) American photographer perhaps best known for his work for the Farm Security Adm. documenting the effects of the Great Depression. Image is 'The Fields family, Hale County, Alabama, Summer 1936.'

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